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NS TO THE ARMY TO FIGHT KAISER Want to Go, Too. Sons-in-Law, Broth Nephews to Form a t. They Will Fight 72 Kinsmen in the Army. Y C. A. CLAY. ash.—"A real mother of is an honor title richly Mrs. Sarah Bower, a an of German parentage nearly enough sons, others and sons-in-lav?« Uncle Sam to recruit half [ to war strength, in Germany 72 of her men warring for the kaiser, of her family in this coun ting to the colors to off 7*a in the Prussian armies. kin fighting against kin lefield when her sons and over the top" for the ;es on the firing line in call her mother. Seven now* on their way to with United States are registered for the S I11 be ready when their Two are too young for jfl to go. '«se are the many other •scattered from Wash ot Tennessee. jl Mrs. Bower had to give, her all with a smile, hid she may have thought. -* her bit willingly to help orld safe for democracy, you think twice to see E**narch away," Mrs. Bower 3ut they've got to go. All ers must be brave about down to Seattle the other n of my boys leave Idlers are not supposed to ànd my boys are good sol just said: 'Ma, we're somewhere in the east.' I that meant so I kissed bye and came on back rer is 48 years old She has three times, the first at e was born in the United lived during her girlhood n colony in Alleghany coun /ylvania. She emphasizes at she is an American clt 3*>d of it. husband. H. J. Bower, ihot« l" here. This mountain wn has been home for her althy brood for 17 years. à|»I>cd down in a rugged set »ine-clad hills under the cades, is a pleasant place, "ildren," Mrs. Bower con them and not one o of me. I have brought fear God and respect the f their birth. They have anything to bring me proud of that record, a healthy family and are in g in Germany near Ham s gained her second eye ® last time I heard (nre enough of my tii sides of the w pe that is what they do. I PION U. S. FIGHTING FAMILY Sam has drawn the fol toll from members of Mrs. family: sons on the way to the 'hey are: Sergeant Francis L 34; Marion, 32; Ar ; Louis, 29; Charles. 26; 23, and Kdward, 22, in the army. The first cn named are married and e child each. sons registered: Jay R. railway engineer, of Wash.; Albert Beattie, 25, of Crowley, Ore., and Clark 24. roundhouse foreman, of Jay and Clark are mar id h ave one child each. The ,en are ready when their Tes. ^n-in-laws registered: Anderson, farmer, of On r >rp : William Walker, fire f Huston. Wash., and Syd "kerson, carpenter, of Ens ° s i !, ckers in this bunch, brother and two nephews *r*gon troops: Lieut. Q. W. . one of Roosevelt's Rough an<1 his two boys, Sergt. anning and Private Robert am Manning, a brother, and «on8 in Tennessee, banning, a brother, and ~ ns in Kentucky. "iher lesser relatives too r u ® 1° mention. [ nf Mrs. Bower's brothers, Albert Manning, died during 'Haign in the Philippines. V ■ M r* *. ' -*-■> ' • à Nr t! ! W BILL SAYS: "I was shot once with a torpedo.. It Jidn't hurt much. That wouldn't keep me out when I'nt old enough to go, would it? I'm 10 now." don't believe tho Germans will fight the men from the United States. I have always thought that they would just lay down their guns and quit when they found out the American army was over there against them. They haven't any grudge against us Ameri cans. "This isn't the common people's war in Germany. It is the crown's war. The common people like peace bet ter than killing. I know that the Germans who left the United States In PROTESTANT CHURCHES Immanuel Prebyterian church. Ga lena and Gaylord streets, R. G. Will iams. minister—Sunday school 11 a. m. The second coming of Christ will again be the subject of the evening service. Theme. ''The I ndividual Preparation Necessary for the Event." Richard Tregidgn will sing again at the service. The public is cordially in vited. Central Presbyterian church, corner j Utah and First street, Rev. G. W. Thomas, pastor— Morning sermon, 11 a. m.. "The Parable of the Talents." Evening sermon, 8 o'clock, third ser mon in the reformation series, ''The Waldensians and St. Francis of As sisi." We are rejoiced to see our peo ple coming back. Now let us all get together for the Lord's great year of work. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8. Teachers' meeting same evening at 7. left's begin to plan and pray and make these first meetings lifts of power. First Church of Christ, Scientist, Women's club building, corner Park sireet and Clark avenue—Services Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sub ject, "Man.'' Wednesday evening tes timonial' meeting at 8 o'clock. Read ing room open daily except Sunday and holidays from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Room 701 Daly bank building. Tele phone 849. AH are welcome. Mountain View Methodist Episcopal church, corner Montana and Quartz; George D. Wolfe, minister in charge, Charles F. Wolfe, associate pastor— Class meeting, 9:45 a. m.; divine wor ship, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., the Rev. C. L. Bovard. D. D., district superin tendent, will preach; Sunday school, 12:30 p. m., Dr. H. F. Carman, super intendent. Rally day services of the Epworth league at 7 p. m. A most unique and inspiring service is as sured. Every Epworthian is sum moned to appear and bring a friend. Newcomers and visitors in Butte, as well as all Butte people, are cordially invited to all services. Emanuel Lutheran church, D. N. Anderson, pastor—Services at 11 a. m. in Swedish, 8 p. m. in English. Sun day school at 10 o'clock. Concert by the choir Wednesday evening. Gold Hill Lutheran church, F. A. T. BOB SAYS: "I perl* near had appendicitis once, but I ain't been sick much. I guess they'll let me go. But I'm afraid the war'll be over before I'm old euough. I'm only eight.** recent years and went back to the old country haven't made a cent. The whole bunch of them would come back here in a minute if they had the chance. "But now that the war is on, we've got to see it through. It will be hard for the mothers to give up their boys, but when the country calls for them they should give them up without complaining. , '■It's the only way to keep old free America a good place to live in '' Corneliussen, pastor—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 8 p. m. The Rev. Corneliussen wïll preach in Helena Sunday morning. Mount Ilethel ehurch—The Rev. T. R. Clarkson will preach his first ser mon as pastor of the church in the evening at 7:30. Subject, "How the War Proves the Bible True" Wesley chapel—The Rev. T. R. Clarkson will preach at 11 a. m. Sub ject. "The Precious Things us Found In the Epistles of St. Peter." English Lutheran church. Rev. W. A. Zundle, pastur—Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Ser mon theme, "Man's Attitude Toward God in Prosperity and Adversity." Silver Bow Park Methodist Episco pal church, John B. Penhall, pastor, 530 South Idaho, phone 3961-W—Sun day school at 11 a. m„ O. Adams, su perintendent. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. hy Archie Tregedla. Epworth league Thursday at 7:30 p. m. St. Mark's Lutheran church. Silver and Montana streets, M. Hudtloff pastor, residence 221 South Montana street—Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. German preaching in the morning. English preaching in the evening. Sunday school at 9:16 a. m. Holy Trinity church, 613 East Park street—Services at 10 a. m. Sunday school at 11:30 a. m. Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. People's Community church (Con gregational), Harrison avenue, oppo site Majors street: Lawrence A. Wil son, minister, phones 3367-J and 5716-J At 11 a. m. Mr. Wilson will speak on "Red Light." Sunday school follows. At 8 p. m. the second of the sortes of addresses on "The World's Greatest Labor Movement," topic, "An Injury to One. an Injury to All," from the biblical text. "We are all members of the same body, and when one mem ber suffers all the members suffer with it." Vocal duet by Mrs. Lewis and Will Williams. Xatwell Avenue Methodist church, Lowell avenue and George street. C. A. Rex road, pastor. 1716 Lowell ave nue. phone 3116-W—Preaching Sun UUL in ii i © D © A NAD I H S HOTAI YNAq/AO IDE ERICAN r I WWW :vm \\\rv Buy IDEAL heating NOW! Remember that the house is for seven months to be a winter abode. Winter means the test of your judgment as to comfort, so make up your mind early that you will have IDEAL-AMERICAN heating—the kind that the experience and judgment of thousands of owners of IDEAL-AMERICAN heating outfits has shown to be the most economical, most durable, and most comfortable. With a spirit of preparation in the air, it is wise for you to look forward to the fitting of your old or new house with one of these labor and fuel saving heating outfits. 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No exclusive agents. Amer ican radiator t ompany Our IDEAL Hot Water Supply Boiler, anil supply plenty of warm water for both kitchen and laundry at co*t of few dollar, for fuel for season. Temperature just nght. kept so by IDEAL Sylphon Reaulntor—fire never goes out I Write for booklet. Write Department B-24 229 Fifth Street So., Minneapolis Publie ^SSSStiSSSS^SSS^SS^ "-»moud. Albany. Syracu«. Roch«.«, ______ St Louis. Kansas City. De. Moines. 0^rD^eer*Ä;^T^ ^ tor. Morning sermon topic, "Hungry People"; evening theme, "The Labor Problem." Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Ep worth league at 7 p. m. Evening serv * es at 8 o'clock. First Baptist church, Broadway and ontana street, Charles A. Cook, pas tor—Sept. 9 is women's rally day. Preaching at 11 a m., subject, "Chris tian Women and Their Work." Sub ject at 8 p. m.. "Why Every Woman Should Be a Christian." Bible school at 12:30 p. m. with adult classes. De votional meeting at 7 p. m„ topic, "A Lesson About Excuses. Exodus iv.. 1-17. Scandinavian Methodist Episcopal church, corner of Alaska anti Copper streets, Andrew Odegard. pastor— Regular service Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Friday evening prayer meet ing. All Scandinavians are cordially invited. Welsh church, corner Dukota and Aluminum streets — Morning service and prayer meeting at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 12:15 p. m. At 7:30 p. m. the Sunday school will hold a preliminary examination, when the adults will be catechised on the ninth chapter of St. John. Both services will he conducted In the Welsh lan guage. Swedish Mission church, Dakota and Porphyry streets, the Rev. O. B. Ulson, pastor — Sunday school at 10 a- m. Morning service at 11 o'clock Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m Evening service at 8 o'clock. Unitarian church, corner Granite and Idaho. T. C. Brockway, minister— After the intermission of the summer, services will be resumed at the church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock with Sunday school at 12:30 p. m. This church is a society of liberal religion and it invites to Its fellowship all, of whatsoever creed, who are In sym pathy with its principles and pur pose. Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, Henry A. James, minister —Morning services at 11 o'clock, subject, "The Four - Square Christian." Sunday school at 1:M n m.. Matt Brown su perintendent. Epworth league at 6:10 A ™ le Bowen ' President, topic, R^ly nay... Evening service at 7.30 o clock, subject, "Apprecl utiniç Our Ta.sk." The choir, under the leadership of W. H. Johns, will render special music at the evening service. Grace Methodist Episcopal church, corner Second and Arizona streets, the Rev. J. FI. Mitchell, pastor — Morn ing service at 11 o'clock, sermon by the Rev. L. O. Colton of the Young Men's Christian association. Sunday school at 12:15 p. m. Epworth league at 7 p. m. The evening service will be a song service under the direction of William Tretheway, organist. The Silver Bow Spiritualist church meets in the old Swedish Lutheran church at 8 p. m. Mrs. Edith Ham, message bearer. The Church of Jesus Christ of Lat ter Day Saints will hold services Sun day in Scandia hall. 539 South Main street. Sunday school at 11 a. m. Preaching services at 7:30 p. m We malte all welcome. HOLLAND'S WAR COSTS MOUNT UP London, Sept. 8.—A dispatch from The Hague to Reuter's Limited states that official figures show that Hol land's tomi expenditures In connec tion with the war up to Aug 1 last approximated 79,100,000 gulden. ' Never Bothered Since. After suffering with terrible pains in his back and around his kidneys for eight years, and after having tried sev eral doctors and different medicines, A vis Souers, Ade. Ind.. writes: "Foley Kidney Pills were recommended to me and the first bottle removed the pain. After taking three bottles the bloating was all gone and has never bothered me since. When relief can be had so quickly why not banish backac.he rheumatic pains, stiff and swollen Joints caused by disordered kidneys' Newbro Drug Co.—Adv. POEMS THAT WILL LIVE. (Kuryer Polski.) Bluzki, kostyum koronkowy Wywolaly atak nowy. Da« y . m »J!!? Wa \ WClaz n,e * lo mnle, Dala z boku salwe do mnle! Mukly atrxelby, rykly dziala, Jekla rxeke lez wylala; Wreszcle, co z dxlen feralny' Sxturm nastapll Jeneray! BÜTTE IN BRIEF A. K. Hale and Robert MacGregor former residents of Idaho but now en gaged in mining In the Uannack sec tion. arrived in Butte this morning for a brief visit. A daughter was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy of' 423 Tiortli Jackson street. Mr. Murplp munager of the Hennessv store Centerville. Senator W. A. Clark has returned from Livingston, where lie attended the convention of the pioneers John J. Keeley of San Francisco is Officer J. Fox!*' h ' 8 Uncle ' T ' aa "' B. A. Scott, city salesman for llem CaH?o y rnt M08er C °' ' eaVeH toni * ht for H Pond and wife of Melrose a- in Butte for the week-end. Mrs John Gannon of Anaconda is spending the day In the city Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Johnson of Liv ingston are visiting in Butte. Frank D. Brown nf Philipsburg i s a business visitor to the city. Frank Eichelberger of Helena is reg istered at the Leggat hotel. y°h|enberg of Bozeman is in the city for the week-end. Rose Dale of Great Falls is regis tered at the Finlen hotel. P ' ® chmid °f Glacier park Is in the city for a short stay. Bertha Hanson of Billings is regis tered at the A coma hotel. Mrs. A. H. Barth arrived from her home In Billings today. Mrs C. J. Priest of Whitehall is here for a short stay for^the 'week-end" B ° U,<ler ^ on J hu R .,„ C e'' rk ° f He,ena ' a «" H. W. James of Kalispell Is spending a few days In the city . 8 K - Severs will return from his I acation Tuesday. Sept. 4—Adv , ®Ü 88 Carrie Priest of Dell Is regis- tered at the Grand hotel. -ViSEr.Ä** of D1,lon are Lola Campbell of Bmtlder is triends In the city. R- A. Pager of Dillon is t»rt.i..~i at the Thornton hotel ^«'»'»red Mra. Multi ns of Boulder i. registered a In ÎÏ at it at the Butte hotel. Dr. J. R. E. Sievers will resume his practice on Wednesday. Sept. 5._Adv. John F. Bishop of Dillon is in Butto on a business trip. lluze] Dodgson of Melrose is one of the day's visitors. G. A. Loasby of Big Timber is hero for a short stay. W. S. Saunders of Missoula is visit ing in the city. J. A. Tony of Bozeman is in the city on a business trip. Osteopathic Physicians, Drs Hoff and Osborn. 609 Daly Bank__Adv. W. N. Kelly of Kulisiieil is here for the week-end. \ an H. Fisk of Helena is In the city on business. Dan Grant of Dillon is spending the day in the city. w. A. Subcnthal of Phtlipsburg is in the city today. Edison Phonographs, 126 W. Broad way.—Adv. M. F. Sibbald of Belt is one of the day's visitors. C. H. Hartwig of Dillon is here for a short stay. I)an Tewg of Dillon is spending the day in Butte. The New Edison, 126 W. Broadway Adv. F. R. Cox of Forsyth is here for a short visit. A Brilliant, Powerful Novel '•Camilla,'' by Elizabeth Robins, begins In the October Cosmopolitan, on sale today at The P. o. News Stand. Read ers expect much from the Cosmopoli tan and this new number Is a treat. Other new arrivals on sale today at ÎÏ 18 J^ ular 1 news emporium include the Pictorial Review, the Railroad Man s Magasine and the very popu lar Literary Digest. If its new and worth while in books, magazines, sta tionery or souvenirs, you will find I» at The P. O. News Stand, " 5 We£ Park.—Adv. rrw&t SOLDIERS WITHDRAWN FROM OREGON FORESTS Eugene. Ore.. Sept 8 —Soldier* who gon*wTn n * aardin « the Crests of O» gon with orders to "shoot to kill" all paeon, detected the act of aettlSg flrea were withdrawn today as Mi« it wL°,b a 8oakln * ™'nfall laat night. for the season I. believed M an enT""